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White Willow Bark Extract 15% Capsules

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White Willow Bark Extract 15% Capsules

Key Features

  • May relieve joint pain & inflammation
  • Alleviates headaches
  • Pure & clean powder
  • Taste

  • Mixability

White willow bark contains a compound called salicin (the main ingredient in aspirin) which has been shown to effectively relieve pain caused by headaches, joint inflammation, back problems, and more.

Directions

Serving Size & Timing

As a dietary supplement, take between 400 and 1600 mg once per day depending on intended effect. This particular blend of extract contains at least 15% salicin. Therefore a serving of 1600 mg will provide about 240 mg altogether of salicin.

Nutritional Information

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 1 Capsule (600mg)
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving
Calories: 5
% Daily Value**
White Willow Bark 600 mg *
Salicin 92mg *
* Daily Value not established.
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet

Gelatin Capsule or Vegetarian Capsule

Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.

As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule per day, or as directed by a physician.

INGREDIENTS & FURTHER INFORMATION

WHITE WILLOW SIDE EFFECTS

As long as suggested serving sizes are adhered to, this supplement should be totally safe to take. However, all salicylates are generally known to have possible negative side effects including gastrointestinal bleeding, ulcers, stomach pains, or general gastrointestinal problems. Taking much more than the recommended daily dosage may result in skin rash, inflammation, vomiting, dizziness, nausea and tinnitus.

While not thoroughly researched, White Willow should not be given to children in order to alleviate any pain or fever brought on by conditions such as flu or chickenpox, as it is possible that it could lead to development or Reyes’ Syndrome (a syndrome which is normally brought on by use of aspirin on children). Those that have ulcers, gastrointestinal sores or other problems should avoid this drug as well. Anyone taking medication for blood-thinning purposes should not that White Willow Bark may magnify the effects. For any medication concern at all, it is always best to talk with a doctor before taking this supplement in order to avoid negative drug interactions.

Anyone that has developed sensitivity to aspirin should also avoid this extract. Talk with a doctor if you are unsure whether your own medical condition will have a negative reaction with White Willow before use. Women who are pregnant or nursing should avoid this product due to a lack of information on the matter.

This is a capsuled product.

California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.

Customer Reviews

Terrible Smell!
I have used White Willow Bark for many years. I have never smelled anything like this. I couldn't ever get past the smell to take it. Maybe a bad batch??*

On 1/27/2018 Kerry Denham said...

Horrible Smell!
Have been using White Willow Bark capsules for years. Never was aware of a bad smell. Not sure if this was a bad batch, but I wouldn't be able to get past the smell. Just as bad as valerian.*

On 1/27/2018 Kerry Denham said...

Pain relief
I bought this product in hopes of taking less NSAIDS. I have chronic cervical pain due to arthritis and degenerative joint disease. I have taken the white willow bark capsules several times now instead of the 800mg Ibuprofen that I have a prescription for and the white willow bark has helped. My doctor keeps warning me about the side effects of NSAIDS so I try not to take unless absoulutely have to. I think the drug industry has got us believing we can take NSAIDS so casually since they are also available over the counter in smaller doses but the more I read about all the possible side effects the less i want to take them. I also have bought bulk supplements cur cumin which i plan to take as a natural anti-inflammatory*

On 9/9/2017 Sandra said...

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